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  “No Bull” Published by BS Central 515 2nd Ave. S ã Glasgow, MT 59230406-228-4558 ã fax: 406-228-4578bscentral@nemont.net   V       o    l     .     8     F   r   i   d  a  y  ,   S e p  t  e  m  b e r   2  0,   2  0   1   9 Scotties are hot!   As Homecoming Week has swooshed by and here we are at the main event — parade this afternoon and big conference football game tonight — it continues Saturday as the Scotties host Poplar on the volleyball court in what is also a key conference match-up. Please get out there and cheer the Scotties on tonight and Saturday. The Glasgow harriers will be in Poplar tomorrow with the rst race at 10:00. As Glasgow Athletic Director predicted before the 2019 fall sports season began — “The Scotties are going to be strong across the board,” — his forecast is spot on so far!  You may want some rain gear tonight Tonight: A 50 percent chance of showers, mainly after 7pm. Cloudy, with a low around 49. North wind around 10 mph. Saturday:  A 40 percent chance of showers, mainly before 10am. Cloudy through mid morning, then gradual clearing, with a high near 66. Northwest wind 11 to 16 mph, with gusts as high as 22 mph. Saturday Night:  Mostly clear, with a low around 46. West northwest wind 6 to 10 mph becoming southwest after midnight. Sunday: Sunny, with a high near 73. West wind 6 to 9 mph. Sunday Night:  Mostly clear, with a low around 49. South wind around 7 mph. Monday: Sunny, with a high near 76. West wind 6 to 11 mph. Monday Night:  Partly cloudy, with a low around 49. West wind around 10 mph. Tuesday:  Mostly sunny, with a high near 70. West wind 8 to 13 mph increasing to 15 to 20 mph in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 30 mph. Tuesday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 45. West northwest wind 11 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 30 mph. Wednesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 63. West northwest wind 10 to 17 mph, with gusts as high as 23 mph. Wednesday Night:  Partly cloudy, with a low around 41. Thursday:  A slight chance of showers. Partly sunny, with a high near 62. FOR SALE:  2 New mans jeans 34x30 slim $8 each, mens black leather/ lined jacket worn twice $75, 3 new “Miche” Purse Jackets $6 each, Twin bed metal frame w/ ball-rollers free. CALL 228-2320 BUZZ FARMERS MARKET Sat. Sept 21st, 8-2. Mooregold squash, organic apples, carrots, corn, zucchini, tomatoes, cucumbers, new red and Yukon gold dry land potatoes, sweet onions, beets, leeks, rhubarb, peas, beans, cookies, pies, turnovers, doughnuts, jams and jellies, Stretch’s knives, handmade wooden bowls, cottonwood balm, rose lip moisturizer, Herbalife, and more. Complimentary coffee, and cookies.  Thanks for supporting your local Farmers Market. RED ROCK PLAZA (ACROSS FROM THE COKE PLANT). BUZZ SUMMER CLOSE OUT BAG SALE September 16-28 on all summer clothes and shoes. Hunting gear is excluded. Halloween décor is out. DONATIONS WELCOME (No large Furniture Items) - SOROPTIMIST THRIFT STORE BUZZ THOMPSON & SONS looking for a CDL Driver must have a clean driving record, wage depending on experience. CALL 228-4801 BUZZ FMDH POSITION OPENING  Assistant Maintenance Mechanic. Full-time, Monday – Friday. High School Diploma or GED. 1-year plant or hospital maintenance experience preferred but not required. We will provide all  job specic training necessary. Maintaining the Buildings, Grounds and Systems at FMDH. Looking for a vocation that makes a difference in our community? We offer a great environment and good benets while working with wonderful people. Well consider working with our team, we are looking for the right person to ll this open position, is it you? General maintenance of systems, vehicles and equipment responsibility that ensures the safety and operation of the entire facility. Perform general preventive maintenance and repair of mechanical, electrical and electromechanical equipment, working with and assisting Maintenance Mechanics. Perform general preventive maintenance and repair of mechanical, electrical and electromechanical equipment. FMDH is an Equal Opportunity/Afrmative  Action Employer. Please contact the HR department at (406) 228.3662 for more information. BUZZIFIEDS Scotty hot streak continues  Certainly a team to keep an eye on as the season is off and rolling is that o the Glasgow volleyball team. Coach Somer Hoerster’s girls have not dropped a game since the Choteau Invitational to open the season! Teir latest victims were the Class A Sidney Eagles, clipping their wings 25-13, 25-22, 25-21. As part o Homecoming weekend, the Scotties host the Poplar Indians on Saturday. Te Saskatoon Police VFW Post 3107 will host the District 5 meeting Saturday September 21, registration rom 10:00-12:00 ollowed by lunch. Te meeting will ollow lunch. All VFW and Auxiliary members are encouraged to attend. VFW District 5 Meeting here  emperature at the 7:00 kickoff will be in the neighborhood o 65°, dipping a bit below 60° by 9:00. Chance o precipitation at kick-off is around 20% and continues to rise to over 40% by 10:00, so it may be advisable to bring some waterproo gear. Federal officials say the amount o water flowing down the lower Missouri River this year is approaching the 2011 record and a third round o flooding is expected this week afer unusually heavy rains upstream. Heavy rains dumped more than our times normal in parts o Montana, Nebraska, North and South Dakota last week. Tat triggered flood warnings and orced the orecast or how much water will flow down the Missouri River to jump to 58.8 million acre eet (17.92 million meters). Tat will be second only to 2011’s 61 million acre eet (18.59 million meters). Te Corps o Engineers doesn’t expect major problems or threats to cities with the latest flooding — provided the temporary repairs made to levees since the spring hold up. But communities along the river are bracing or problems. Gittin-er good downstream  BUZZIFIEDS BUZZ FMDH POSITION OPENING Environmental Technician. Sunday - Thursday, 3 am to 11 am. High School Diploma or GED (preferred). Ability to read and follow written and oral instructions. On-the-job training provided. Must be self-motivated and dependable. Clean and sanitize rooms and furnishings in assigned work areas following established policies and procedures, to maintain high standards of cleanliness and sanitation throughout the Hospital. Ability to work according to established schedule for specic hospital area. Up to $15/ hour based on experience. Full benets package offered this includes; medical insurance with an option of free employee only plan, dental and vision insurance. 401K with match after 6-months. Vacation and sick leave. FMDH is an Equal Opportunity/Afrmative Action Employer. PLEASE CONTACT THE HR DEPARTMENT AT (406) 228.3662 FOR MORE INFORMATION. BUZZ GLASGOW SCHOOL DISTRICT POSITIONS:  GHS Special Ed. Aide, wages $12.17-12.58 + full benets. Substitute/Activity bus drivers and teachers also needed. TO APPLY GO TO: https://glasgowsd.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx  (Equal Opportunity Employer) BUZZ CAMPBELL LODGE:  hiring for various shifts. CONTACT 228-9328 OR PICK UP APPLICATION AT CAMPBELL LODGE BUZZ PRAIRIE TRAVELERS, INC.  seeking Part-Time Relief Stafng Coordinator. 16-24 hours per week, day shift, after-hours call. Hours Monday and Friday: 8:00AM – 5:00PM, Weekend call Friday at 5:00PM to Monday at 8:00AM. Weekday relief as needed. Starting Salary Range $17.00-$18.00 per hour, plus after-hours/weekend call pay. Reporting Relationships: Chief Operating Ofcer, Assistant Director of Operation, & the Board of Directors. APPLY ONLINE AT WWW.PRAIRIETRAVELERS.COM BUZZ TOWN OF FORT PECK  is hiring a full time Assistant Public Works Director. First round of applications will be reviewed Monday, October 7th, 2019 at 4:00pm. Position will remain open until lled. $21.85/hour. APPLY THROUGH JOB SERVICE OR AT FORT PECK TOWN OFFICE BY STOPPING IN OR CALLING 526-3220 OR 526-7548. BUZZ THE COTTONWOOD INN I s looking for a responsible full time maintenance worker. The starting wage is $12.50 DOE and includes benets. General Position: Keep all equipment in good repair with a minimum downtime by providing day-to-day maintenance of the hotel. Complete maintenance work orders from all departments on a timely basis by following the hotel’s standard operating procedures. Continually work towards and support the improvement of engineering service to guests, other departments and fellow staff. PLEASE PICK UP AN APPLICATION AT THE COTTONWOOD INN. BUZZ FMDH POSITION OPENING  Registered Nurse (Glasgow Primary Care Clinic) Full-time, Monday- Friday, 8 am – 5 pm. Montana RN Licensure. CPR (required), ACLS, or PALS. Qualied applicant to provide assistance to Physicians as directed. Some duties may include assisting with treatments, procedures, patient and wound care, along with on-going patient education. FMDH is an Equal Opportunity/Afrmative Action Employer. PLEASE CONTACT THE HR DEPARTMENT AT (406) 228.3662 FOR MORE INFORMATION. BUZZ VALLEY VIEW HOME  is looking for CNAs to work the NOC shift. High paid wage for CNAs with long term care experience along with a 75 cent increase due to night shift work. PLEASE SWING BY VALLEY VIEW HOME ADMIN OFFICE FOR AN APPLICATION AND JOIN OUR TEAM! BUZZ VALLEY VIEW HOME has an opening for a full time Activities Aide. Pay depends on experience PLEASE VISIT VALLEY VIEW HOME’S ADMINISTRATION FOR QUESTIONS / APPLICATIONS SOON!FULL TIME COOK. The Cook prepares palatable, nutritionally sound meals for our residents at Valley View. Our cooks are responsible in ensuring our Dietary Aides provide service promptly with delegated authority from the Department Head. Starting wage is $14.25 an hour. We want you to build your career and grow with us! PLEASE PICK UP YOUR APPLICATION FROM THE ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT AT VALLEY VIEW HOME. BUZZ WANT A REWARDING CAREER? Come work at Milk River Inc. as a Direct Support Specialist. We monitor adults with development disabilities. Looking for motivated caring people. STOP BY MILK RIVER ACTIVITY CENTER FOR MORE INFORMATION AND AN APPLICATION. BUZZ FULL TIME & PART TIME DIETARY AIDE. The Food Service Aide prepares and serves palatable, nourishing, well-balanced diets to meet the daily nutritional and special dietary needs of each resident. Pay starts at $12.55/hr. This position provides a very meaningful role within Valley View Home and you will feel gratitude daily for your work. PLEASE PICK UP YOUR APPLICATION FROM THE ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT AT VALLEY VIEW HOME. BUZZ FOR RENT IN ST. MARIE: 1 bedroom, ¾ bath apartment. Has fridge & stove/oven. Tenant responsible for electricity. No pets. $475/mo. with matching deposit. CALL HELLAND AGENCY INC. 228-2114 BUZZ FOR SALE OR RENT: Built in 2015. 2-story townhome. 4 bdrm/3 bath (1 bdrm/bath on main oor), 2-car heated garage, washer/dryer, sprinkler system & more. $1,500/mo. rent. FOR MORE DETAILS CALL JOHN @ (406) 263-2046 BUZZ APT. FOR RENT. 925 sf, 2 bdrm, 1 1/2 bth townhome apt. City of Glasgow. Cozy. Good neighbors. Sm pets OK. Laundry room in unit, A/C. $595/month. 360-750-6746 BUZZ FOR RENT IN NASHUA: 2 bedroom, 2 bath. Washer & dryer, central air. $600/mo plus deposit. CALL 263-7036 BUZZ FOR RENT LARGE STORAGE UNITS  14’X40’ with 12’WX14’T doors. Located East of Valley Builders. CALL SIMENIUK STORAGE 724-7079 BUZZ FOR RENT:  1bedroom apt - No Pets No Smoking $485 plus lights & heat and $200 deposit. 228-9092 OR 228-4577 ASK FOR MARGUERITE BUZZ FOR RENT: 3 bedroom townhouse St. Marie very nice gas included in rent $550/ month plus deposit pets negotiable. Call 406-270-2522 BUZZ TAYLOR STORAGE & TAYLOR STORAGE SOUTH: Great storage units available, varying sizes. Auto garage door opener available. Units on Cherry Creek St. and south side of Glasgow Available. Also available 2 bay 25x40’ heated shop. CALL KEVIN AT (406) 230-2259 OR HOLLY AT (406) 599-3805 JOINOUR TEAM Text ‘APPLY’ to 36453 (Message and data rates may apply) Learn more at mcdonalds.com/careers Committed to being America’s Best First Job TM 505 1st Ave N in Glasgow406-228-2881  By Mike Brandt   Alec Boland had one o those games that all quarterbacks love to have. Te senior will be guiding Glasgow tonight as the Scotties take on Cut Bank in a Northern B battle. ailgate Party is at 6:00 with kick-off at 7:00. Te Scotties would love to see a lot o ans come out to cheer them on to victory, so get out there, be proud and yell loud. Te Wolves (0-2, 0-1) are coming off o a 28-7 loss to deending state Class B champions Fairfield. Cut Bank, which opened with a 12-6 loss to Bigork, will try to knock off eighth-ranked Glasgow (according to 406mtsports) in the Scotties’ homecoming game. Te Scotties (2-0, 1-0) are coming off o a 32-6 non-conerence victory against Baker. Baker (1-1) opened the season with a 34-13 victory over Wol Point. Boland went to the air or 177 yards and threw three touchdown passes in the win. His target was Loden Idler. Idler, a junior at Hinsdale, hauled in a 39-yard catch at the 3:29 mark in the second quarter. He also caught a 45 46 yard passes that went on or a touchdown. He finished the game with 130 yards receiving. Another Hinsdale athlete, Cordell Younkin, scored the first Glasgow touchdown in the first quarter, taking the ball Boland throws three D passes last week, Cut Bank here tonight in rom 25-yards out. His score at the 1:15 mark gave the Scotties an 8-6 first quarter lead. Glasgow would go on to dominate the game, scoring 32-unanswered points. Glasgow was successul on all our extra point attempts with Boland running in the first two-point conversion. Junior Jesse Lee ran in one, Boland connected with el Aune or another and Younkin punched in the final conversion. Baker scored the first six points on an O’Donnel run rom five yards out. Te two-point run ailed. Te Spartans took over seven minutes off the clock with that drive, and while Coach Patrick Barnett said it didn’t have him in the panic mode, he admitted on KLZ’s Saturday morning Sports show that, yes, he was “nervous”. Penalties have been the Scotties downall in their first two games. One penalty came in the second quarter afer the Scotties had gained a first down to the Spartans 20-yard line. Te penalty brought the ball back to the 39, however, the Scotties would go in to score when Boland connected with Idler or a 39-yard touchdown. Younkin, who had 58-yards on the ground, also had a score in the Scotties 38-6 conerence victory over Conrad. Boland ran in scores rom 1 and 9 yards out, Idler also had a score and Lee broke ree or an 83-yard touchdown. Boland also passed to Aune or a score.
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